Bread Machine Pumpernickel (Pumpernikiel), or another way to have my coffee

This bread always takes me back to my childhood. It is my mom's favorite bread. At some point I have learned to like it as well. I have not eaten it for too long, that's why I had finally decided to make my own. Being honest with you it is not the real deal. It... Continue Reading →

Polish flat bread with onion, corn, flax-seed meal and fresh herbs / tzw Cebularz Lubelski

While this dish is very popular in Poland and you can find it in almost every single bakery I had no idea that it comes from Jewish culture and it is actually called "Cebularz Lubelski" after one part of Poland where it suppose to originated from. "Cebularz" means something with onion... and in this case... Continue Reading →

Bread Machine Challah (Chałka)

Challah is a traditional jewish braided bread made on jewish holidays and Sabbath. In Poland, challah is very popular and it can be bought in any bakery. Though, this baked goodie has no religion meaning. Many people don't even know that this bread comes from jewish culture. As a small kid I remember my mom... Continue Reading →

Soft anf fluffy on the inside and crunchy on the outside – French Bread with chia seeds

It's been a while since I baked bread. I didn't see the need for that. I run out of jams, peanut and cashew butters (and didn't have the time and energy to make new ones), and my husband got tired of open-faced sandwiches for lunch...  We just didn't need any bread anymore. Last week, though,... Continue Reading →

Homemade Cinnamon Rolls (health-ier version)

I've made those cinnamon rolls twice before I got my bread maker. Each time they came out looking and tasting pretty good, but I wasn't thrilled with the effect in general. Neither my husband. We ate them with cream cheese frosting which actually made them more enjoyable. Last Saturday I decided to give them one... Continue Reading →

… and that’s why I love my bread maker

My bread maker, old and used for years by my mother-in-law. Still working, though. Working great. Working miracles on my kitchen counter, jumping and making all those weird and loud sounds that even my daughter got used to. The thing is that before I got it I knead everything by hand. All my breads, pizza... Continue Reading →

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